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The country-parson"s admonition to his parishioners against popery
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 428, no. 13.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
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BEing desirous (thorow the Mercy of G. OD) to please Him, for whom I am, and live, and who giveth mee my Desires and Performances; and considering with my self, That the way to please him, is to feed my Flocke diligently and faithfully, since our Saviour hath made that the argument of a Pastour's love, I have resolved to set down the Form and Character of a true.
These assertions, going far beyond the popular prejudice entertained against me, had no foundation whatever in fact. I never had said, I never had dreamed of saying, that truth for its own sake need not, and on the whole ought not to be, a virtue with the Roman Clergy; or that cunning is the weapon which heaven has given to the Saints wherewith to withstand the wicked world.
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Injunction by John Bishop of Norwich (), B. i b., quoted by Mr. Legg in The Parish Clerk's Book, p. xlii. One courageous clerk's wife did good service to her husband, who had dared to speak insultingly of the high and mighty John of Gaunt.
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with Directions How to Behave Themselves, by William Assheton, : : William Assheton: Fremdsprachige BücherFormat: Taschenbuch. This dissertation describes the relationship between George Herbert's two principal works, The Temple () and The Country Parson ().
The introduction discusses the main problems faced by readers of The Temple: its paradoxical religious statements, its apparent lack of unity, its variable poetic voice, and its place in literary history.
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